Endometrial disruption (EDrpt) does not improve endometrial receptivity in IVF: evaluation of clinical and sustained implantation rates (IR) following the transfer of euploid blastocysts

      Disrupting the endometrium prior to embryo transfer has been associated with higher implantation rates. While initial studies have been encouraging, none has specifically evaluated patients at risk for impaired endometrial receptivity –i.e. those who fail to sustain implantation in spite of having optimal embryos (morphologically normal euploid blastocysts) transferred. This study seeks to investigate the relationship between endometrial disruption in this group at high risk for impaired endometrial receptivity.
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